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his “Hellenic Library” and his “ Atacta.” These were received with distinguished praise by the Greeks, the French, and the Germans. One editor classes him with Porson, Wolf, and Wyttenbach. But besides his versatility in other directions, he was occupied, according to Rangabé, even more with his patriotic aspirations than with philology. Coraës' influence on the Greeks was exerted in three ways : he edited the classics with patriotic and stirring Prolegomena; he fostered the cause of commonschool education; and he wrote political pamphlets and dialogues. He did not go to Greece himself on account of his vehement hatred of the Turks, and at the outbreak of the Revolution he was too old and infirm to take an active part in the struggle. But he corresponded with the leaders of the national cause, and enlisted the sympathies of the rest of Europe in behalf of his country.

Coraës died at Paris, April 6, 1833, aged eighty-five. He was attended in his last illness by two young Greeks who were graduates of Yale College. In 1835, a Coraës Society was established at Paris, of which Chateaubriand and Victor Hugo were members. In 1870, a movement was set on foot at Marseilles to publish Coraës' works, to convey his remains to Smyrna, to erect a memorial of him at Athens, and a cenotaph at Paris. About $9,000 was subscribed, of which $4,000 were collected in Marseilles and $1,000 in New York City.

PHILOSOPHICAL CLUB.

Jan. 8th. Hartmann's Philosophy of the Unconscious. Mr. W. 0. Krohn.

Jan. 22d. The Psychology of the Spiritual Life. Mr. J. F. Morse.

Feb. 5th. The Four Realities of Physical Science. Prof. C. S. Hastings.

Feb. 19th. The Ultimate Distinction of Philosophical Methods. Mr. R. Nakashima.

YALE UNIVERSITY BULLETIN.

No. 79—WEEK ENDING MARCH 2, 1889.

Sunday, February 24. - Public Worship-Battell Chapel, 10.30 A. M. Rev. P. S. Moxom, D.D., of Boston. General Religious MeetingDwight Hall, 6.30 P. M. To be addressed by the Rev. Dr. Moxom.

Monday, February 25.—Armies, Their Organization, Equipments and Tactics (Lecture in the Course on Military Science)-Lieut. Mason M. Patrick, U. S. Engineers. North Shefield Hall, 3 P. M.

Tuesday, February 26.The French School of Painting (Lecture in the Art School)—Professor Hoppin. Art School, 3 P. M. Greek Readings (Twentieth Book of the Iliad)-Professor Seymonr. 195 Old Chapel, 7 to 7.45 P. M. German Readings (Goethe’s Hermann und Dorothea)—Mr. Goodrich. Room C, Cabinet, 7 P. M. Mathematical Club-Exhibition by Mr. Abdank-Abakanowicz, of his 'Intégraphe,' Sloane Laboratory, 7.30 P. M. Oaks (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course)-Professor Daniel C. Eaton. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M. Classical and Philological SocietyMr. Abbott, on the Use of Preposition in Tacitus. Room D, East Divinity Hall, 8 P. M.

Wednesday, February 27.-EvolutionProfessor J. D. Dana. Peabody Museum Lecture Room, 2 P. M. Mataphysics (University Lecture) -Profesor Ladd. 194 Old Chapel, 4 P. M. History of Old Testament Prophecy (University Lecture)—Professer Harper. Room B, Cabinet, 5 P. M. University Chamber Concert-Beethoven Quartette. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M.

Thursday, February 28.-Divine Truth for all Conditions of Men (Lecture in the Divinity School)-Rev. John Hall, D.D., of New York City. Marquand Chapel, 3 P. M. College Faculty Meeting7 Treasury Building, 4 P. M.

Friday, March 1.—Moving, Supplying, and Sheltering Troops (Lecture in the Course on Military Science)-Capt. Eric Bergland, U. S. Engineers. North Sheffield Hall, 3 P. M. Berkeley Association (Evening Prayer)Room 89, Dwight Hall, 6.45 P. M. Lecture Preparatory to Communion Service-Dwight Hall, 7.30 P. M. Political Science Club-Paper on Limitations of Railway Management, by Mr. Charles E. Curtis. 195 Old Chapel, 7.30 P. M. Municipal Government (Yale Kent Club Lecture) Hon. Seth Low. of Brooklin, N. Y. County Court House, 8 P. M. Petroleum and Natural Gas (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course)—Professor J. S. Newberry, of Columbia College. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M.

University Chamber Concerts—The fourth of the series will be given on Wednesday evening, February 27, by the Beethoven Quartette, with the following programme : 1. Haydn, Op. 74, No. 1 C major. 2. a. Bach: Air. b. C. Cui : Petite Marche. 3. Beethoven, Op. 74, E flat major.

No. 80.-WEEK ENDING MARCH 9, 1889. Sunday, March 3.- Public Worship, followed by Communion Service. -Battell Chapel, 10.30 A. M. Rev. President Dwight. Yale Young Men's Christian Association Monthly Meeting-Dwight Hall, 6.30 P. M. To be addressed by Professor Hadley.

Monday, March 4.-Strategy and Grand Tactics (Lecture in the Course on Military Science)-Lieut. Charles S. Riché, U. S. Engineers. North Sheffield Hall, 3 P. M. Science and Miracle (Lecture in the Phi Beta Kappa Course)--Professor DuBois. Linonia Hall, 7 P. M. University Reception-Dwight Hall, 8 to 11 P. M.

Tuesday, March 5.The French School of Painting (Lecture in the Art School)--Professor Hoppin. Art School, 3 P. M. Principles of Political Science : I. The Authority of Government (University Lecture) -Professor Hadley. 194 Old Chapel, 5 P. M. Greek Readings (Twentieth Book of the Iliad)-Professor Seymour. 195 Old Chapel, 7 to 7.45 P. M. Chemical Analysis (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course)— Professor Wells. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M. Philosophical ClubPaper by Mr. Arthur Fairbanks, on Kant’s Ethical Theory in Relation to his other Thought. Room D, East Divinity Hall, 8 P. M.

Wednesday, March 6.-Evolution-Professor J. D. Dana. Peabody Museum Lecture Room, 2 P. M. Metaphysics (University Lecture) Professor Ladd. 194 Old Chapel, 4 P. M. History of Old Testament Prophecy (University Lecture)—Professor Harper. Room B, Cabinet, 5 P. M.

Semitic Club-Historical Paper by Mr. C. H. Wissner, on the Second Assyrian Period. 135 College st., 7 P. M.

Friday, March 8.—Light, Siege, and Sea-Coast Artillery (Lecture in the Course on Military Science)-Lieut. H. C. Newcomer, U. S. Engi

North Sheffield Hall, 3 P. M. Berkeley Association (Evening Prayer)–Room 89, Dwight Hall, 6.45 P. M. Prison Reform (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course)-Professor Wayland. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M.

Saturday, March 9.-Junior Exhibition Pieces due at 2 Treasury Building.

neers.

No. 81.-WEEK ENDING MARCH 16, 1889. Sunday, March 10.-Public Worship-Battell Chapel, 10.30 A. M. Rev. Edward G. Selden, of Springfield, Mass. Yale Young Men's Christian Association Praise Service-Dwight Hall, 6.30 P. M.

Monday, March 11.-Field and Permanent Fortifications (Lecture in the Course on Military Science)-Lieut. J. G. Warren, U. S. Engineers. North Sheffield Hall, 3 P. M.

Tuesday, March 12. Marbles of Zeus-Altar at Pergamon, now in the Berlin Museum (Lecture in the Art School)—Professor Hoppin. Art School, 3 P. M. Principles of Political Science: II. Political Sur

vival and Political Right (University Lecture)- Professor Hadley. 194 Old Chapel, 5 P. M. Greek Readings (Twenty-first Book of the Iliad) Professor Seymour. 195 Old Chapel, 7–7.45 P. M. Science and Immortality (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course), Professor DuBois. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M. Classical and Philological Society -Mr. W. H. Parks, on Coraës, the Philologist and Statesman. Room D, East Divinity Hall, 8 P. M.

Wednesday, March 13.—The First Chapter of Genesis-Professor J. D. Dana. Peabody Museum Lecture Room, 2 P. M. Metaphysics (University Lecture)—Professor Ladd. 194 Old Chapel, 4 P. M. History of Old Testament Prophecy (University Lecture)- Professor Harper. Room B, Cabinet, 5 P. M. From Athens to Olympia (Yale Kent Club Lecture, illustrated)-Professor R. H. Mather, of Amherst College. County Court House, 8 P. M.

Thursday, March 14.-College Faculty Meeting7 Treasury Building, 4 P. M.

Friday, March 15.-Sea-Coast Defences, Vessels which attack them, and Torpedo Systems (Lecture in the Course on Military Science)— Lieut. George A. Zinn, U. S. Engineers. North Sheffield Hall, 3 P. M. Berkeley Association (Evening Prayer)—Room 89, Dwight Hall, 6.45 P. M. Fast Trains (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course) Professor Hadley. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M.

No. 82.-WEEK ENDING MARCH 23, 1889. Sunday, March 17.- Public Worship-Battell Chapel, 10.30 A. M. Rev. J. H. Ecob, D.D., of Albany. General Religious MeetingDwight Hall, 6.30 P. M. Address by the Rev. Dr. Ecob.

Tuesday, March 19.-Discoveries at Olympia, represented in Campo Santo, Berlin-(Lecture in the Art School-Professor Hoppin. Art School, 3 P. M. Principles of Political Science : III. Individual Rights (University Lecture) Professor Hadley. 194 Old Chapel, 5 P. M. Greek Readings (Twenty-third Book of the Iliad-Professor Seymour. 195 Old Chapel, 7-7.45 P. M. New England Town Government (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course)--Henry C. White, Esq. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M. Philosophical ClubPaper by Mr. Fritz Jacobson, on Boström's Philosophy. Room D, East Divinity Hall, 8 P. M. Undergraduate Life at Oxford (Yale Kent Club Lecture)-Rev. H. N. Cunningham, of Watertown, Conn. County Court House, 8 P. M.

Wednesday, March 20.—Coral IslandsProfessor J. D. Dana. Peabody Museum Lecture Room, 2 P. M. Metaphysics (University Lecture) - Professor Ladd. 194 Old Chapel, 4 P. M. History of Old Testament Prophecy (University Lecture)—Professor Harper. Room B, Cabinet, 5 P. M. Semitic Club-Synopsis of Recent Papers. 135 College st., 7 P. M. Yale Assembly- Discussion on Bill to place Wool on the Free-list. Linonia Hall, 7.30 P. M. University Chamber Concert-Cello and Piano Recital. North Sheffield Hall, 8.15 P. M.

Friday, March 22.-History of Old Testament Prophecy (University Lecture) Professor Harper. Room B, Cabinet, 4 P. M. Berkeley Asso

ciation (Evening Prayer)-Room 89, Dwight Hall, 6.45 P. M. Political Science Club-Paper on the French Copper Syndicate, by Mr. George B. Fowler. 195 Old Chapel, 7.30 P. M. The Laborer and his Employer (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course)-President Francis A. Walker, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M.

Saturday, March 23.-Sophomore Compositions due at 153 Farnam Hall, before 12 m.

P. M.

No. 83.– WEEK ENDING MARCH 30, 1889. Sunday, March 24.- Public Worship-Battell Chapel, 10.30 A. M. Rev. John E. Todd, D.D., of the Church of the Redeemer. General Religious Meeting-Dwight Hall, 6.30 P. M. Address by Mr. Hunt.

Tuesday, March 26.Principles of Political Science : IV. Del ated Powers (University Lecture)—Professor Hadley. 194 Old Chapel, 5

Greek Readings (Twenty-fourth Book of the Iliad)—Professor Seymour. 195 Old Chapel, 7-7.45 P. M. The Scientific Study of Infant Intelligence (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course)-Henry T. Blake, Esq. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M.

Wednesday, March 27.-Metaphysics (University Lecture)- Professor Ladd. 194 Old Chapel, 4 P. M. History of Old Testament Prophecy (University Lecture)—Professor Harper. Room B, Cabinet, 5 P. M.

Thursday, March 28.-College Faculty Meeting7 Treasury Building, 4 P. M.

Friday, March 29.-History of Old Testament Prophecy (University Lecture)- Professor Harper. Room B, Cabinet, 4 P. M. Berkeley Association (Evening Prayer)— Room 89, Dwight Hall, 6.45 P. M. The Worship of Meteorites (Lecture in the Sheffield Scientific School Course) Professor Newton. North Sheffield Hall, 8 P. M.

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